MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – A man is accused of intentionally ramming a car with three woman inside with his Jaguar outside a Myrtle Beach resort early Sunday morning.
According to the Myrtle Beach Police Department report, the women met the suspect in his room at the Compass Cove Resort earlier in the night, and then went to the bar. The victims left the bar in a Silver Toyota Corolla to retrieve another one of their cars at the Compass Cove.
As the victims were driving back, the suspect pulled up next to them and began to insult them, the victims told police. The man then rammed the victim's car three or four times with his vehicle, a blue or green Jaguar. Police confirmed the driver's side rear bumper of the victim's car had been pushed in and had blue/green paint marks on it.
One victim, a 30-year-old woman, told police that she had been talking to the suspect on the phone for a few days, but had never met him before that night. She provided a picture of the suspect and a phone number.
Police called the phone number, but the suspect would not provide a name or date of birth, and said he had left Myrtle Beach to see his friends. The suspect said that his lawyer, based out of an Orlando, Florida law firm, would be handling everything for him. When police asked for the lawyer's contact information, the suspect told the officer to "Google it."
The victims refused medical assistance at the scene and filled out victim's assistance paperwork. All three were intoxicated, but cooperative, according to police.